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Hydrogen Research Earns $5.1 Million in Global Climate and Energy Project Grants

Stanford, California—Nov. 18, 2003—GCEP has awarded four projects a total of $5.1 million to research the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier. Stanford faculty from a range of disciplines will lead the individual research efforts, and the projects will be funded over a three-year period beginning January 2004. > More


Stanford University to Lead Search for Solutions to Global Climate and Energy Needs

ExxonMobil, GE, Schlumberger, other private industry leaders to fund university's Global Climate and Energy Project

Stanford, California—Nov. 20, 2002—Stanford University today unveiled an unprecedented approach to addressing one of the world's most challenging energy and environmental issues. > More

Text of John Hennessy's remarks

Text of Lynn Orr's remarks

Video: Stanford announces creation of Global Climate and Energy Project

Video: Corporate sponsors participate in GCEP announcement

 
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